Lambeth ‘reflections document’ released

[Episcopal News Service, Canterbury] The final text of a “reflections document,” developed by 16 “listeners” selected from the Indaba groups at the 2008 Lambeth Conference, is available at http://www.lambethconference.org/reflections/document.cfm. The “listeners” formed a reflections group, chaired by Archbishop Roger Herft of Perth, Australia, and in a series of hearings the group presented its work and … Continue reading “Lambeth ‘reflections document’ released”

Icon of healing: unique charism awaits bishops in Canterbury By Matthew Davies and Robert Williams

  [Episcopal Life] For centuries, pilgrims have come to Canterbury in search of healing. They have knelt at the shrine of St. Thomas Becket, archbishop martyred inside the cathedral in 1170. Some early visitors, tossing crutches aside, reported maladies miraculously cured on site; others brought gold and jewels in tribute. Many journeyed from afar on … Continue reading “Icon of healing: unique charism awaits bishops in Canterbury By Matthew Davies and Robert Williams”

Diaries shed light on a reluctant saint By Jerry Hames and Daniel Burke

  [Episcopal Life] Those who have been inspired by the work of Dorothy Day, founder of Catholic Worker Houses of Hospitality, farming communes and retreat centers, now know more about her intimate, spiritual thoughts from her personal journals which were published last month. The Sermon on the Mount characterized all of her work, finding expression … Continue reading “Diaries shed light on a reluctant saint By Jerry Hames and Daniel Burke”

Holy Scripture and the Law of God in Contemporary Anglicanism in the Light of Richard Hooker’s “Lawes” By the Most Revd AET Harper, OBE, Archbishop of Armagh and Primate of All Ireland

Archbishop of Armagh – Address to the USPG Conference, Swanick Transcript of Archbishop’s address: Holy Scripture and the Law of God in Contemporary Anglicanism in the Light of Richard Hooker’s “Lawes” By the Most Revd AET Harper, OBE Archbishop of Armagh and Primate of All Ireland There can be very few who would resist the … Continue reading “Holy Scripture and the Law of God in Contemporary Anglicanism in the Light of Richard Hooker’s “Lawes” By the Most Revd AET Harper, OBE, Archbishop of Armagh and Primate of All Ireland”